Back in August, along with Nokia, Samsung revamped its smartphone naming convention, splitting its range into five groups – S, R, W, M and Y – and it has now announced the latest in the M line with the Galaxy M Style which will feature a 4in Super AMOLED screen.
Unveiled in the company’s home territory of South Korea today, the new phone has taken some style points from the flagship Samsung Galaxy S II as well as the 4in Super AMOLED screen seen on the original Samsung Galaxy S.
The new phone will have a 1GHz processor, 3 megapixel camera, 4GB of storage, Bluetooth 3.0 and a 1650mAh battery. It will be just 9.9mm think, a “refined metal body” and a TV tuner – which we doubt will remain if and when the Galaxy M Style makes it to this part of the world.
The M in the names stands for Magical with the range promising: "High-performance models at an economic price-point" which means the Galaxy M Style shouldn't cost the earth if it does arrive in the UK.
With this announcement and yesterday’s unveiling of the Galaxy Ace Plus, Samsung seems to be clearing the decks for the big announcements coming our way in Las Vegas next week when CES will be kicking off – and of course we’ll be on hand to bring you all the details as they are announced.
Do you like the look of the Galaxy M Style and what price would you be willing to pay if it ever makes it to these shores? Let us know in the comments.